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Midfielder Celia Story ’19 dribbles down the field. Story converted a penalty kick in the 82nd minute to secure the victory for the Bears Saturday.

Women’s soccer blanks Big Red 1-0 on the road

October 22, 2017 0 comments

Following a pivotal victory over Harvard last week, the women’s soccer team rose to fourth place in the Ivy League standings with a 1-0 win against Cornell.

Goalie Joey Cipicchio ’18 punts the ball from his own end. The netminder was able to keep the Big Red out for the entirety of regulation, but Cornell squeezed a goal over the line in double overtime to grab the win.

Men’s soccer fall to Big Red 1-0 in fifth overtime contest of season

October 22, 2017 0 comments

Following a tie against Harvard last weekend, the men’s soccer team stayed on the road to face the Cornell Big Red in its fourth Ivy League match.

Bears lose 34-7 to Cornell in third consecutive defeat

Bears lose 34-7 to Cornell in third consecutive defeat

October 22, 2017 0 comments

Seven points, six first downs and 161 total yards of offense were all the football team managed in the Bears’ (2-3, 0-3 Ivy) 34-7 loss.

Grigo ’18: Breaking down Gary Sanchez’s playoff slump

Grigo ’18: Breaking down Gary Sanchez’s playoff slump

October 19, 2017 0 comments

Since he arrived at the beginning of August last season, the Yankees’ Gary Sanchez has been the best catcher in MLB, and it hasn’t really been close.

Blasberg ’18: With Farrell ousted, where can Red Sox find a new manager?

Blasberg ’18: With Farrell ousted, where can Red Sox find a new manager?

October 19, 2017 0 comments

After finishing atop the American League East division for the second consecutive year, the Boston Red Sox has sent manager John Farrell packing.

The football team hosted Bench Press for Cancer on the Main Green Monday, raising money for Miriam Hospital’s Cancer Survivorship Program for Young Adults. The team provided free donuts to attract participants.

Bears host breast cancer awareness events

October 19, 2017 0 comments

This week, the football, men’s crew and women’s crew teams held events on campus to raise money and awareness for cancer research and survivors.

Christine Etzel ’19, goalkeeper for the women’s soccer team, ensured a victory over Harvard Saturday by recording her third shutout of the season.

Etzel ’19 earns seventeenth career shutout in victory over Harvard

October 19, 2017 0 comments

The women’s soccer team traveled to Cambridge Saturday, taking down the Crimson 1-0 for the first time in seven seasons.

Makena Ehlert ’20 spikes a ball over the net in one of the team’s matches. This weekend, the Bears lost to the Crimson 3-1 and the Big Green 3-0, despite winning the first set against Harvard.

Volleyball falls to Harvard, Dartmouth in away matches

October 15, 2017 0 comments

The volleyball team took two losses on the road this weekend, dropping a match 3-1 against Harvard Friday and 3-0 against Dartmouth Saturday. These defeats drop Brown (6-12, 1-6 Ivy) to last place in the Ivy League standings halfway through conference play. Though Bruno came out strong against the Crimson […]

Bears finish 21st at pre-national invitational, win home meet

Bears finish 21st at pre-national invitational, win home meet

October 15, 2017 0 comments

The men’s cross country team squared off against several of the nation’s top squads in the Division I Pre-National XC Invitational Saturday.

Rookie quarterback Jeffrey Jonke ’21 runs outside of the pocket. Jonke made his second appearance of the season in the loss, which saw the Bears concede 53 points to the third-place Tigers at Brown Stadium Saturday.

Football fall to Tigers at home, 53-0

October 15, 2017 0 comments

It has been five years since the football team found itself on the wrong side of a shutout when, in 2012, Princeton hung 19 unanswered points on the Bears.